10 Best Things to Do at Titiwangsa Park in Kuala Lumpur

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View of the KL Skyline from Titiwangsa Park

Looking for one of the best places to enjoy a stroll with family or friends? Stay with us as we review and unravel the wonders of Titiwangsa Park in KL.

Taman Tasik Titiwangsa is a nice green park with plenty of sights and attractions. The superb scenery and picturesque views at Titiwangsa Lake Park are enough to convince you to visit this amazing place.

Titiwangsa Park Playground

Introduction to the Titiwangsa Park KL

Taman Tasik Titiwangsa is an attractive park boasting many activities and attractions perfect for families with kids. If you love peaceful strolls, magnificent views, and green parks, there’s no better place to start than Titiwangsa Park.

From canopy walks to splash park and butterfly maze, you can enjoy a full day at Titiwangsa Lake Gardens! You’ll never run out of things to do, and it’s a beautiful location to spend time with loved ones.

A brief history of Titiwangsa Lake Gardens. The park served as an alternative option to the Perdana Botanical Gardens, preventing many people from overcrowding the garden. A Japanese landscape architect, Rio Takahashi, built and designed the Titiwangsa Lake Gardens in 1980.

Where is the Titiwangsa Recreational Park in Kuala Lumpur?

Titiwangsa Recreational Park is in the north-eastern part of the heart of Kuala Lumpur. It’s close to the National Art Gallery (Balai Seni Negara) and National Theatre (Istana Budaya).

Map of Taman Tasik Titiwangsa
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How to get to Titiwangsa Park?

You can get to Titiwangsa Recreational Park by public transportation, ride-hailing service, or private vehicle.

  • By Private Car: If you prefer driving, you can access Titiwangsa Water Park via main roads Jln Tun Razak and Jalan Pahang. Or if you use Waze, just type in the address: Titiwangsa, 53200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Note: There are plenty of parking areas available around Titiwangsa Park.

  • By Ride-Hailing Services: Hail a taxi or book a GrabCar to get you to your destination.
  • By Train: Take the train and alight at the Titiwangsa LRT/MRT Station.
  • By Bus: If you’re at KLCC, take the bus line 302 and drop off at the Titiwangsa LRT/MRT Station.

What Are the Opening Hours of the Titiwangsa Lake Park?

Titiwangsa Park KL is open daily from 6.00 am to 10.00 pm. One person starts opening the gates at 6.00 am, but depending on the entrance of your choice, they might not get there before 6.15 as I found out one morning that I went to the park for a morning run.

What’s the best time to visit Titiwangsa Park?

The best time to visit the park is early morning or before sunset. It’s hot and humid during the afternoon, so it’s not an ideal time to visit.

Meanwhile, the early morning weather is perfect for walking, jogging, or other park activities. Visiting before sunset is also wonderful, especially if you want to capture the beautiful sunset horizon.

The park is even more stunning at night, with the KL skyline lighting up and brightening the city.

How Much Is the Taman Titiwangsa Park Entrance Fee?

Taman Titiwangsa Park is welcome to everyone and can be enjoyed for free! There’s no entrance fee, and it’s open every day.

Going to Titiwangsa Lake Gardens is one of the top recommended free attractions to visit with family and kids. It can accommodate every one of all ages, including kids and elders.

More importantly, the park is disabled and wheelchair-friendly to give everyone a comfortable experience.

TIP: Check our article about the top free things to do with kids in Kuala Lumpur and get ready for an unforgettable family adventure.

10 Things to Do at Park Titiwangsa Kuala Lumpur

Titiwangsa Lake Park is a 235-acre (95-hectare) land with a 141-acre (57-hectare) lake. It’s one of the most popular recreational parks for many reasons, including its many attractions and facilities.

Here are the best Titiwangsa Park activities to do:

1. Titiwangsa Lake

The view of the Titiwangsa Lake with the Petronas Towers on the backdrop is simply unbeatable. It’s especially magnificent to see the Kuala Lumpur skyline at sunset or night. Capture memorable photos and admire the big fountain in the middle of the large lake as it puts up a show.

If you didn’t know already, you could go fishing at Titiwangsa Lake! Bring your fishing rod and enjoy a sunny day of relaxation while you catch your meal for the day.

You can also rent pedal boats for RM 4.00 for every 30 minutes per boat. Other water sports, like kayaking or water ball, are great family activities you can do on the picturesque lake.

Selfie in Titiwangsa Park

2. Splash Park

The Titiwangsa Splash Park is one of the main attractions at the park for families with kids. This was a new feature added that came with the renovation of the park as it re-opened December of 2019.

Entrance to the Titiwangsa water park is completely free and suitable for young children aged 3 to 12 years old. It’s open from 10.00 am to 12.00 pm and 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm everyday.

Needless to say, parents or guardians must always be there to accompany young children. If you want to avoid crowds don’t go during the weekends or on public holidays.

Restrooms and changing rooms are available, at a small fee, right next to the water park.

Spash Pad in Titiwangsa Park

3. Have fun at the kid’s playgrounds

Aside from the Titiwangsa water park, there are also two new playgrounds dedicated for kids.

There’s a dedicated playground for kids 6 to 12 years old, with slides and obstacles that are fun to explore.

Then another playground for kids 2 to 6 years old. This features mini slides, tunnels, a spider web pyramid, mini swings, and more! It’s a great place for kids if they want to get their knees dirty and start an outdoor adventure.

We went to the playground after our daughter played at the splash park. Or better yet, after the splash pad closed at 12.00 pm. We don’t recommend this as midday is too hot, and the playground is not covered by trees, like the one in KLCC Park.

Titiwangsa Park Playground for Younger Children

4. Canopy Walk

The newly added canopy walk designed and inspired by Bukit Titiwangsa provides a serene experience. Take a peaceful walk surrounded by greenery and trees. Listen to the chirps and whistles of the birds and admire them from the walkway if you ever spot one.

Titiwangsa Park Canopy Walk

5. Get lost in the Butterfly Maze

Another wonderful new addition to the park is the Butterfly Maze. The small hedge maze is perfectly safe for kids to go around and explore. We particularly enjoyed this section as our daughter made friends with a butterfly. The little creature rested on her finger throughout the maze.

Butterfly friends in Titiwangsa Park

6. Go for a jog on the Titiwangsa Park Jogging Track

Looking forward to doing your daily exercise? Jogging/cycling tracks surround the beautiful lake, which joggers and cyclists can take advantage of for free.

The day after we visited Taman Tasik Titiwangsa for the first time, I returned for my morning run. I usually leave the house at 5:15 am so when I got to the park, it hadn’t opened yet. I ran a loop around the outside of the park first, and I could finally go in on my second loop. It was very serene as there weren’t many people yet, and the sun had just started rising.

Not a runner? Titiwangsa Park has bike rental and rollerblades available. Skate hire is available for RM 5.00 for 30 minutes, and a pair of socks for RM 2.00.

Titiwangsa Park during Sunrise

7. Have a picnic

A family outing is only complete with a picnic. There are picnic tables, gazebos, and benches at Titiwangsa Lake Gardens. So pack a nice lunch and have a quiet afternoon picnic after a long day of activities.

Picnic spot in Titiwangsa Park

8. Go horseback riding

Want to check horseback riding off of your bucket list? You can hire a trainer to walk you while riding a horse at the park. The fee is RM 1.50 for adults and RM 0.50 for kids.

If you’re with groups or families, a horse carriage tour is ideal for four to five people. The horse-drawn carriage will tour you around the park for RM 2.00 per person and RM 0.50 per child.

It’s an exceptional way to see the sights and attractions at Park Titiwangsa Kuala Lumpur.

9. Watch RC car races

Witness action at Titiwangsa Lake Gardens’s radio control car racing track. If you’re an RC enthusiast, you will love the weekend races held at the car track. Catch events like mini F1 races, competitions, and special events at the RC car track. You can also get tips from senior RC hobbyists in the area.

10. Go for a leisurely stroll and take pictures for the Gram

The vast Titiwangsa Park has so many photogenic spots throughout the entire park. We saved the best for last and will let the picture do the talking here:

Titiwangsa Park is very photogenic

What’s Next?

Is Taman Tasik Titiwangsa in Kuala Lumpur worth a visit? Yes! Definitely.

If you’re looking for a good place to spend family time with kids, Titiwangsa Lake Park has plenty to offer. It’s a popular recreational park featuring many enjoyable activities for kids.

Get in touch with nature while creating special bonding moments with your loved ones here at Titiwangsa Park. This enchanting urban oasis provides a breath of fresh air from the busy city of Kuala Lumpur. From the picturesque views and attractive facilities, Titiwangsa Lake Gardens is a must-visit destination!

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About Marlieke Kemp-Janssen:

Marlieke is the mom of a four-year-old girl and, together with daddy, they love living in and exploring Kuala Lumpur. As well as being the founder of Kuala Lumpur with Kids, Marlieke is a digital marketing consultant who has helped small businesses grow through her company Aureum Hospitality Advisers.

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